Swollen TesticlesSwollen testicles: Why is my left ball looking inflamed and what has caused this? Why am I seeing discharge coming from my penis? My bum and willy is itchy… why? Could it be that I sweat a lot? What is the reason for the smell around my private parts? All symptoms and signs mentioned here are nothing to be ashamed about or worry over. These are common questions a man is very likely to ask if he notices a swollen testicle or other genital changes.

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Some swollen testicle causes are Hydrocele, Varicocele, and Cysts.

Normally swelling results from the buildup of harmless fluids. The hydrocele is a regular reason why swollen testicles happen, and especially so in newborn babies and the elderly. Nonetheless, most age groups can get this.

If at any time you notice a problem down below seek medical advice. This is your manhood and it needs looking after. Remember, if the infection goes untreated this can lead to complications which can cause serious damage. And what’s a man if he ain’t got his tackle, it would be like going fishing without a rod.

The hydrocele is normally diagnosed if fluid masses between the two membranes that cover the testicles. Swelling can increase gradually over weeks and months.
Swelling can be painful.

Testicular cysts commonly referred to spermatocele which are fluid-filled cysts that develop on the epididymis. Spermatocele contains sperm and normally display on the top section of the epididymis. Not known to be painful.

Varicocele duly caused by blood flow inside the spermatic cord where veins become thwarted… outcome a swollen scrotum. If a man stands upright, the swollen veins inside the scrotum supposedly feel like a bag of worms. Scrotum swelling is less likely noticeable when the man is lying flat on his back.

Symptoms to be cautious with although not necessarily linked with testicular cancer are


Irregularity or swelling in one testicle

Pulling straining sensation or heaviness in the scrotum

Dull throb or ache in the groin or lower abdomen

Spasms of pain in the testicle or scrotum every now and again

Tenderness or enlargement of tissue around the breast

A physical examination may be carried out in the surgery. It may be suggested you see a urologist which is a doctor who specialises in the urinary organ. An ultrasound scan might be recommended for a closer examination.

Swollen Testicles.